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Tinnitus Disappears Completely

Written by AudioNotch Team on August 18, 2016

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Please note: the following information does not constitute professional medical advice, and is provided for general informational purposes only. Please speak to your doctor if you have tinnitus.


Tinnitus is a ringing in the ears that sounds like a buzzing or humming noise even when there is no actual sound present. This ringing or humming noise may be present throughout the day or only occur when certain actions are taken like laying on your side while sleeping. While tinnitus can be cured, it may also go away on its own.

What Are the Odds that Tinnitus Disappears Completely?

It is commonly believed that tinnitus will not go away if it lasts for two years or more. However, new research indicates that it can go away on its own no matter how long a person may have experience symptoms. In some cases, a patient may experience symptoms for a given length of time and then be free from symptoms before they return again. The odds of tinnitus going away completely is better for those who have acute tinnitus, which generally occurs when an individual is exposed to loud noise at work or while attending a concert.

Patients Regain Sanity When Tinnitus Disappears Completely

Those who suffer from tinnitus may find it hard to sleep, hard to concentrate and hard to interact with others. The constant noise may be overwhelming, which can lead to mental health problems in many patients. Those who can’t sleep because of the constant ringing in their ears may see a reduction in reaction time, which may make driving difficult. Sleep deprivation may also lead to a poor mood, which may lead to isolation because others don’t want to deal with a bad attitude.

Perception May Be Reality for Some Tinnitus Patients

While it is possible for symptoms to go away completely, some may only think that their symptoms have gone away for good. In some cases, patients have symptoms for so long that they are able to tune them out or otherwise work around them. Therefore, you may think that tinnitus disappears completely when in reality you have adjusted to it. However, this may still result in a better quality of life and an ability to function normally while at work or during social situations.

If you are experiencing the symptoms of tinnitus, you are not alone nor is hope lost that your symptoms won’t go away. For some, the ringing and the noise will simply cease to exist without any treatment or other outside action. Those who do have tinnitus are encouraged to talk with their doctor to determine the full extent of the condition.